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Specification: ASUS ROG Strix 17.3″ 1080P Portable Gaming Monitor (XG17AHPE) – FHD, IPS, 240Hz, Adaptive-Sync, Built-in Battery, Smart Case, USB Type-C, Micro HDMI, For Laptop, PC, Phone,…

Standing screen display size

‎17.3 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1920×1080

Max Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080 Pixels

Brand

‎ASUS

Series

‎XG17AHPE

Item model number

‎XG17AHPE

Item Weight

‎2.34 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎9.86 x 15.71 x 0.39 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎9.86 x 15.71 x 0.39 inches

Color

‎BLACK

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Manufacturer

‎ASUS

Country of Origin

‎China

Date First Available

‎February 24, 2020

Reviews (9)

9 reviews for ASUS ROG Strix 17.3″ 1080P Portable Gaming Monitor (XG17AHPE) – FHD, IPS, 240Hz, Adaptive-Sync, Built-in Battery, Smart Case, USB Type-C, Micro HDMI, For Laptop, PC, Phone,…

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  1. Kyle

    overpriced but worth the performance. but i was not able to make the type c input source to work. tried a nintendo switch and thru the dock but it didn’t work. tried a macbook but still won’t display. so i saw videos on youtube where he used his pc to display and charge at the same time but when i tried it, it won’t even display. i been in touch with their customer service and i was annoyed that i been trading emails with different reps everytime and i had to explain it every time. they even thought it was a mother board which pissed me off because it was obvious the rep was not backtracking the emails. so i ended up sending it to ASUS for a repair. Took long to come back because of the pandemic and had to order a part to fix it. Now, at this moment, it was stated delivered on the tracking online and needed a sign upon delivery. Yet when i got home, it wasn’t there. so now i contacted asus again then they told me i have to wait 10-14days to be processed to be approved.

    So what i am trying to say is if you are willing to deal with this type of problem if ever you get a defected monitor, get this monitor. the micro hdmi input display was working so i was able to test the monitor for the PC and PS4 Pro.

    will update later on. (hopefully)

    Update!!
    Asus ended up replacing the monitor with a desktop monitor after 2-3months of waiting and negotiating. 4k 32inch MG27UQ. But still wanted the portable monitor for the reason of being portable but no regrets. Paid $500 for a $800 monitor

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  2. bruh

    The Bad:
    Like others have said, Asus has hasn’t quite nailed the whole “quality control” thing with this monitor. My monitor shipped with one pixel that is stuck and either stays off or green depending on what’s asked of it. I would never have noticed it unless I ran a pixel test, but it’s nonetheless frustrating given the cost of this monitor. The only other gripe I have is that the included USB cable is rigid and doesn’t connect firmly to my laptop or the monitor itself. Simply shaking my desk causes the monitor to flicker. I replaced the included cable with a better one and the problem disappeared.

    The Good:
    This was the only monitor on the market that is anything approximating an all-around-good portable gaming monitor (trust me, I spent 3 months talking myself into just biting the bullet and buying this one). It was literally plug-and-play with my 2020 Razer Blade Base, and now that I’ve put it through benchmarking I can confidently say that it’s everything it is advertised as. If this (or a comparable monitor) would release at ~$350, I think it would be one of the most popular monitors of all time. I would personally buy another at that price, and I’d be okay with a lack of battery and even 144hz at that dollar amount.

    One final note for prospective buyers:
    If you have even the slightest inkling that you might want the package with the tripod, BUY THE ONE WITH THE TRIPOD. I tried a few other tripods and ran into a variety of issues ranging from “not strong enough” to “not balanced enough” to “can’t adjust angles enough” and I can confidently say that you’re not going to find a decent tripod that will actually serve this purpose for less than $50 – and that’s pushing it. Just spend the extra $50 and be done with it.

    Takeaway:
    If you think you want this monitor, you do. It’s not worth the asking price, but neither are the $300 travel monitors.

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  3. Andrey

    Responsiveness and smooth picture, great colors as advertised. But I had to return mine due to micro-HDMI jack problem, contact was loose. Got a new one from BestBuy, still the jack panel doesn’t feel very long-lasting. None of the 2 had any dead pixels, even though I read several complaints about that. Monitor comes with a color report, showing 98-99% accuracy. USB-C port is misleading, I believe ASUS should’ve written more info on how to make it work. In my case I could connect it through direct usb-c to usb-c connection to my videocard usb-c output (works as a charger at the same time), but when I tried to connect it through DisplayPort it never worked (tried StarTech Bidirectional DP to USB-C CDP2DP142MBD and also QGeeM USB C to Displayport Cable), so it’s a bit confusing because it’s not clear if it actually works with videocard’s DisplayPort output or not.
    Haven’t seen any critical Backlight Bleed. It exists, but not in such a way that it matters. I think it depends on what you compare it to. I’m quite satisfied with mine.

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  4. Weenieboy

    UPDATE AFTER ORIGINAL REVIEW

    This monitor is basically flawless. If you travel with a SFF pc or laptop and can afford the very hefty price tag, its actually even better than its marketing advertises. The monitor initially is a bit slow compared to the 240hz TN monitors I’m used to, but if you put it to the fastest overdrive setting you get much faster input response and no inverse ghosting whatsoever. I am a semi-pro fps player who is used to playing on an XL2546, so to say that I had no issues hitting my shots during scrims on this thing is a big deal.

    What I wasn’t expecting was how good its built in DAC was. It actually sounds better than my $200 AudioQuest Dragonfly Red, and could quite easily drive DT 1990 Pros. A+ sound quality.

    The only possible negative I cant think of is that the adhesive they put over the mesh on top of the speakers is a bit weak, but nothing to be worried about. Mine came up just 1mm on the left side, but i was able to push it back down.

    So, really theres nothing seriously wrong with this monitor. So why 4 stars? I actually got a stuck pixel about two weeks into using it, and couldn’t fix it myself using programs like It sounds like JScreenFix. I’m clearly not the only one with this issue as there have been a few other reviews here and on other sites claiming to have similar issues. I returned mine back to Amazon and ordered another.

    If the second one has the same issue after a few months, I’ll knock off another star and edit this. If you get this monitor, you wont be disappointed, but be sure to save your warranty info.

    Quick aside, if you choose to use this monitor with a laptop, I’d recommend plugging into it via HDMI. I found that single cable use can reduce framerate in cpu intensive games by up to 20%. This isnt the fault of the monitor, rather that most discrete laptop gpus can be plugged into directly through the HDMI port, while plugging in via usb c forces the gpu to push that data back through the igpu. Its a similar problem to using an external vs internal monitor with an egpu, where the extra bandwidth will result in a loss of frames. With that said, the battery lasts over 3 hours and charges in less than an hour with a 80w usb c charger, so using it on battery over HDMI and plugging it in after a session is the simplest way to go.

    UPDATE:
    Took off another star. I came home with my replacement unit. Tested for bad pixels and it seemed like nothing was wrong. I flip the monitor around to attach a vesa adapter to the monitor mount and the rear camera mount is flexing and somehow not properly attached. This is monitor #2 and its starting to get frustrating. This is literally my perfect second screen and I’ve had two defective units at this point. Its starting to get really hard to recommend this monitor.

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  5. Terry

    works great with the mini pc i have

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  6. Helzspring

    This price is expensive, but, from personal use this has a lot more potential for people who travel and stay at work-camps / hotels for long periods of time like what I do. Even to make mobile-consoles this monitor would work just fine.

    It’s small enough that you can carry it around in a laptop-bag or just bring the box in general in a duffle bag. The screen isn’t the best just being at 1080p however since it’s in a 17.3″ chassis you don’t really notice a big difference.

    One thing I like that Asus did is that they didn’t limit buyers to their tripod stand, if you get the cheaper model you can by an external one and it works just fine which got to give props to Asus for.

    In my studio I found myself using this monitor over my 49″ monitor just because of how good it is for a smaller foot-print, plus the screen being able to run off it’s own charge for awhile is a great touch. It does weight a lot due to the internal battery but it also gives it a feeling of rigidity which is nice.

    By no means will this monitor completely replace a full dedicated monitor for a permanent set-up, however, for on the go use this monitor is irreplaceable.

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  7. KFamily

    The panel itself is great. Check out the myriad reviews online for more about the image, uniformity, etc. It’s as good as they say it is. It’s just so unfortunate that the industrial design wasn’t well thought out. It’s just too… delicate.

    I experienced 3 deal-breaking issues:

    1) The HDMI and USB-C connectors don’t hold the cables well at all and the circuit board inside noticeably flexes back and forth. I tried both connectors. A slight brush against the included cables, which are quite stiff, or a minor adjustment of the screen angle could easily cause a connection interruption. This would throw my PC into a fit of hysterics. Judging by other reviews here, this is not unique to my unit.
    2) The 1/4″ tripod mount hole is a great idea, poorly implemented. The main issue is that it allows the monitor to pivot freely with no friction, allowing it to self-balance to stay level. This is very elegant in theory, but remember the cables plug into the left side. These add weight to that one side, and the included cables are quite stiff, so both by pulling and pushing the cables easily cause the lightweight monitor to go off level frequently. And woe to you if you try to readjust the angle while the system is on, because of the aforementioned issue with the connectors being loose.
    3) It refused to see any connections when waking from sleep. I had to either unplug and re-insert the cable, or reboot my system entirely. Power cycling the monitor did nothing. Don’t know if that was unique to my unit, but it was the last straw.

    Ultimately, for the super premium price, I just can’t recommend this due to the above issues. I felt like I had to baby the screen to get it to work properly, and this was on a permanent desk. I can’t imagine moving this around frequently, as is the intended use case.

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  8. BorderBuyer_com

    Kudos to Asus for being able to have a 17.3 portable monitor. Original was using one with my MacBook Pro 16 (2021) and works seamlessly. Now use it with my 15 inches Microsoft Surface book 3 and works perfectly. No Drivers are needed for either Windows or Mac.

    How happy I am with it? Well just ordered my second one. Using with Mac will be seamless, use with Surface Book 3 will need the ordered Microsoft Dock as dual-powered USB-C is needed (Surface book only has one USB-C jack).

    Important, buy it with the tripod, worth the difference in price. Have to love the Amazon.ca customer service supervisor to issue me a gift card for the Amazon.ca listing screw up which was noted with the tripod for $300 less than without, but then shipped without a tripod. Listing has been pulled but only after I was able to purchase the correct unit (with tripod) with a gift card included.

    Why the tripod? It allows you to use the monitor behind and above your MacBook, Notebook instead of behind. This is great in areas with limited space. Also, allow for adjustable height to that if you are using either a notebook cooler or riser. The footprint of the tripod feet (3) is about 6 inches. Very sturdy. Would have loved it if Asus used a standard mount for the tripod so that you could attach a monitor to a standard tripod or mount, but the proprietary mount is very secure. Allow the monitor to work in either horizontal or vertical viewing.

    Monitor resolution is awesome as well as the screen refresh rate.

    Some have noted that the fit and finish are flimsy but hold on… This is a 17-inch monitor that is super thin and exceptionally light. Using any other fit and finish would add weight and/or size. If you baby this item just as you would with your notebook itself, then no issue. Buttons are firm, internal menu options is great.

    The tripod also comes with a carry bag that can carry two of these monitors with separation along with a nifty zip pocket on both sides of the bottom which is where you can put not one but two of the tripods.

    So, for me, where I travel and stay in a hotel monthly a three-monitor configuration almost gives me the screen real estate that I have with my home office 47-inch curved monitor…

    The colours on the monitor are awesome and connectivity is great where you can power and view with one USB-C cable (to MacBook or Notebook) while you can power and connect to video only USB-C connection (Nintendo Switch etc.).

    The battery power is 3 hours but is a little shorter if running high-resolution games but that is expected.

    If you want to add a second or third monitor in my case, then this is your choice.

    One thing to note when ordering:

    XG17AHPE model is for the monitor without tripod while,
    XG17AHP model is for the monitor with a tripod and bag (best option).

    Been noticing that third-party websites (bought my first monitor through Best you know who! and they and other Canadian retailers are sold out mind you Amazon.ca and Amazon.com does have inventory at the time of this review.

    Asus advertising this monitor as portable with 3-hour battery life. It meets everything as described. The perfect option for portable gaming or in my case office use as well as software and web development.

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  9. Jesse

    Clean picture as advertised, the case/ kickstand offers little protection but works well stability wise.

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